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‘Dinosaur George’ is coming to Floresville




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San Antonio paleontologist and animal behaviorist “Dinosaur George” will bring the world of dinosaurs to the students of the Wilson County Boys & Girls Club on Tuesday, June 7, at 2 p.m. in the Floresville Community Convention Center, located at 600 S.H. 97 W. in Floresville.

“Dinosaur George” Blasing is self-taught, with more than 35 years of study and research. He is a public speaker, writer, and television host who has performed live to more than 1 million students and has spoken in more than 2500 schools, museums, and libraries.

“I am really excited to be speaking at the Boys and Girls Club,” Blasing said. “Floresville has a remarkable prehistoric history and I’m looking forward to introducing some of its earlier residents to the kids.” Relying on a variety of specimens, from saber-toothed cat skulls to spikes and horns of plant-eating dinosaurs to the teeth of the terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex, Dinosaur George will take the students back in time to experience the wonders of our prehistoric world.

For more information, visit www.DinosaurGeorge.com .
 

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